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Life at the border: How a wall could impact this Arizona town

The town of Nogales, Arizona, sits close to the United States’ border with Mexico. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Morgan Radford looks at the possible impact of a border wall of different sides of the issue.

TODAY.COM

Heavy Snowfall Forecast for Parts of Arizona High Country

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Parts of Arizona’s high country are expected to receive heavy snowfall over the next few days as a cold storm with low snow levels crosses the region.

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'El Chapo's' brother, cartel are focus of federal investigation in Southern Arizona

The trial of the notorious drug kingpin known as “El Chapo” wrapped up last week in New York City, but the federal investigation of his brother and the Sinaloa Cartel rolls on in Southern Arizona.

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LIST: 4 best kept secrets in Arizona

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5)-- People from all over the world come to Arizona on vacation. But for those of us who live here, we sometimes forget just how many cool places there are here, or maybe we don't even know about them.

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Report: Shooting injures one at Downtown 9 in Show Low

SHOW LOW — Police received a call reporting a male gunshot victim at the Downtown 9 Motel in Show Low about 3:15 p.m. on Feb. 12. Inside a hotel room, police found a victim who was transported to Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center and is undergoing surgery, according to Show Low Police Depart

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Sequoia Village School kindergarten registration is Feb. 28

Sequoia Village School will hold kindergarten registration at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, at 982 Full House Lane in Linden for full day kindergarten and after school program.

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WM Rainbow House breaking down walls, building strength

SHOW LOW — Have you ever felt like the exception and not the rule? But not an exception in a good way among your peers?. There are many adults that remember what it’s like to be a young adult and to be considered “different” — no matter what that entails.

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Rogers' hearings continued in Silver Creek Irrigation District charges

HOLBROOK – On February 7, the Donald hearing/settlement conference for Margaret “Peggy” Rogers and her husband, Russell Rogers, regarding their alleged involvement in the theft of over $800,000 from the Silver Creek Irrigation District was rescheduled by Judge Ralph Hatch.

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St. John's, Show Low decathletes close the book on competition

ST. JOHNS — Who says millennials and today’s youth don’t know about history, science, literature or economics? Try telling that to the St. Johns’ and Show Low High School Academic Decathlon teams who won the Arizona Academic Decathlon regional competition.

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County tries again for jail district

HOLBROOK — Navajo County is operating under a well-worn proverb: “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” Navajo County officials are wrestling with a circumstance that they say they requires them to try, try again.

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Winter snows damp down drought

Each passing week brings the White Mountain region a a little closer to a time many people dread: fire season. By this time last year, fire officials were already getting edgy, as an exceptionally dry period from October through a warm and snowless winter set up conditions for a dangerous fire seaso

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Turn lane will help traffic slow down for fast food

SHOW LOW — The Show Low City Council has voted in favor of developing a right-turn lane off of Evergreen Lane onto White Mountain Road/SR260 in Show Low to increase traffic safety at the location of the Culver’s Restaurant that will be built off White Mountain Road this summer.

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Armed and dangerous suspects sought

SNOWFLAKE — The Navajo County Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance from the public in locating “Dale” Towell, 51, of Snowflake, or his associate, Jamie Wingfield of Snowflake. Both should be considered armed and dangerous.

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Mountain hoops teams begin playoff action

Seven teams from the White Mountains are competing in opening-round games at the AIA Division 1A and 2A state basketball tournaments in the Prescott area today. State playoffs got under way this week with 3A girls first-round games and 2A girls play-in games at the higher seeds on Tuesday, Feb. 12.

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Kara Ironside of Show Low named to Dean's List at George Fox University

Kara Ironside of Show Low was among those who earned dean's list recognition at George Fox University for the fall 2018 semester. Traditional undergraduate students must earn a 3.5 grade point average or above on 12 or more hours of graded work to earn a spot on the dean's list.

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I-40 closed in northeastern Arizona because of ice, crashes

HOLBROOK, Ariz. (AP) — A 68-mile (109-kilometer) stretch of Interstate 40 in northeastern Arizona is closed because of icy conditions and multiple slide-offs and at least one crash.

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What's up, when you look up?

SHOW LOW — Wouldn’t it be nice to have a house that overlooks Show Low Bluff? Business partners Bill Haltom and David Baker of Creative Development think so and have been working, intermittently, on a very visible project.

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Clubs & Meetings for Feb. 12-18

Editor’s note: The CLUBS & MEETINGS calendar runs every Tuesday. To submit a meeting or club activity, email it to cruiz@wmicentral.com or mail it to P.O. Box 1570, Show Low, AZ 85902. Attn: Corrine Ruiz. Note: Please include location address of the event.

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Deputies find meth, marijuana in child's lunchbox

On January 30, Navajo County Sheriff’s deputies working with a Show Low K9 unit found drugs concealed in a child’s lunchbox during a traffic stop on Highway 77. After the canine alerted to the vehicle, police searched and officers found something besides lunch in a child’s lunch box.

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Hashknife crew rides out Wednesday

During its short lifespan from from April, 1860 to October, 1861, the Pony Express never passed through Arizona. The famous mail route passed far north of here, traveling from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California, by way of Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah and Nevada.

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